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March 22, 2011  RSS feed
My friend Cheryl Loftin asked “Are you going to take a picture of the moon tonight? It’s supposed to be a Super Moon.”  More...

Freestone County Deputies Robert Willis and Travis Robertson, on March 15th, acting on information received, traveled to a residence on Pease Street in Streetman. The Deputies received permission from the resident to step inside and search for a quantity of marijuana. More...

The Oakwood Extension Education Club met on March 10th at 10:00 a.m. in the Methodist Church. A short business meeting was held to discuss several upcoming events. Vickie Stroud, the Mayor of Oakwood, presented information to the club regarding the Relay for Life to be held at the Oakwood Foot- ball field on April 29th from 6-12 p.m.  More...
John Ralph Bain, a retired U.S. Army colonel, died peacefully Friday afternoon, March 18, 2011, during his 81st year. Services were held at 3:00 p.m., Tuesday in the chapel of Walters Funeral Home, 601 S. Commerce St., Centerville. With full military honors, Col. Bain was laid to rest next to his wife, Isolde, in Centerville Cemetery.  More...
Oakwood now has an Alcohol Anonymous meeting place. The old Henry Chapel church, on the corner of Moody and River Bend Road (1 block off Main St. before the 542/831 split), now houses More...
Monkey see?  The sun was just peeking over the horizon, and seemed to be sending painful rays stabbing into my eyes. I hated driving at this time of day and was having a hard time staying awake, but this was a good paying trip and I just couldn’t turn it down. It was only about a twenty minute time period and then the sleepiness would pass.  More...
The BuffaloHigh School varsity girls competed at the Cougar Relays at Leon High School on Thursday, March 10, and Coach Daryl Skelton’s small squad took 3rd place with 120 points.  More...
Effect of Japanese earthquake on U.S. agricultural imports mixed
COLLEGE STATION — The Japanese earthquake could have a large effect on U.S. grain and beef exports, but likely will have only a minor effect — if any — on cotton prices, according to Texas AgriLife Extension Service economists.  More...